The South Orient Rail Line is a state-owned facility that runs from Presidio, on the Mexican border, to San Angelo Junction. It was constructed to interchange with Ferromex at Presidio, but the Presidio-Ojinaga International Rail Bridge is not currently operational.
The line interchanges with Union Pacific Railroad at Alpine and with BNSF Railway and the Fort Worth and Western Railroad at San Angelo Junction. Texas Pacifico Transportation Ltd. (TXPF) operates over the South Orient Rail Line under a lease and operating agreement with TxDOT.
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|Benefit Cost Analysis|
|Presidio Bridge Fact Sheet|
|Rehabilitation Summary Fact Sheet|
|Lease and Operating Agreement|
|Annual Carloads Information|
|Needs Assessment Report|
|South Orient Rail Line Rehabilitation - Final Report (October 2012)
|South Orient Rail Line Rehabilitation - Interim Report (June 2011)
|South Orient Railroad Track Rehabilitation Anchor Project - Final Report
|Track Rehabilitation Final Report (Phase I)|
|Track Rehabilitation Final Report (Phase II)
|Track Rehabilitation Final Report (Phase III)
|Video - Reviving the South Orient Railroad|